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How to Get Thailand visa for Chinese citizens

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Thailand now grants visas to 18 countries upon entry, and China is now on the list. So, if you’re a Chinese citizen, you should be glad to know that a trip to Thailand would no longer require you to visit your local embassy. Chinese people wishing to apply for a Thailand tourist visa can currently apply for a 15-days visa on arrival. The visa on arrival has been made online via a simple application to speed up border control upon arrival. Starting February 15, 2019, all Chinese travelers will be able to apply for a new Thai e-Visa, for the validity of stay up to 60 days. This will allow them access to a quick route rather than waiting in long queues at the border upon arrival.

Aerial view of sea in pattaya , thailand

Do I want a visa to visit Thailand if I have a Chinese passport?

Yes, Chinese nationals are required to have a visa on arrival.

Why do I need to pay if the Visa cost is zero?

With click2visas, you can obtain your pre-registration documentation to quickly and easily have your visa on arrival in Thailand. Apply and avoid wasting hours waiting to complete the visa at the airport. Using our service, you’ll get your visa quicker, and you will have more time to enjoy your journey.

What is mean by VOA Thailand?

Visa on Arrival is a program where nationals from 18 nationals can get their visas once they travel to Thailand at the migration checkpoints.

Please note that we DO NOT issue the actual visa. It’s just a pre-registration service provided to certain nationals entering Thailand via Don Mueang Airport, Suvarnabhumi Airport, Phuket Airport, Chiangrai Airport, Chiang Mai Airport, Hua Hin Airport, Sukhothai Airport, Surat Thani International Airport, Samui International Airport, or U-Tapao International Airport.

How long will tourists stay in Thailand with a VOA?

With the VOA (VISA ON ARRIVAL), the maximum period of stay for China passport holders in Thailand is 15 days Per Entry (Single Entry)

To apply for this Thailand visa for Chinese citizens, what is the documentation needed?

  • Passport Personal Details Scan
  • Applicant Photograph
  • Airline Confirmation (Two-way flight ticket)
  • Hotel Booking and Accommodation
  • Proof of Financial Support (bank statement)

What is the maximum validity of Thailand VOA?

This visa on arrival (VOA) for Thailand has valid for 15 days after arrival.

What is the cost of this visa and processing time?

Your visa application cost is USD 19.19 (Mission Service Fee), and your application will be processed within 3 days. Kindly use our visa widget to figure out the price of your particular nationality. We additionally add USD 10 for the service fee.

How is VOA working?

From 2015, Thailand set up a system to allow visitors from certain nationalities to apply in advance for their VOA (Visa on Arrival).

Our service does NOT give an actual Visa. We have a pre-registration document, and this must be submitted upon entry to obtain your actual Visa on Arrival. For travelers who would like to apply for Visa on Arrival (VAO) to travel in Thailand, there are two service counters provided by Suvarnabhumi airport in Thailand before reaching Immigration on the 2nd level.

How long would it take for a pre-registration document for my VOA to apply?

It takes Less than 15 minutes. That is the time that will take you to fill in the VOA application form.

What is the application procedure for the pre-registration document to get Thailand VOA?

It is just a simple step for applying for a Thailand VOA. Kindly follow the below steps carefully: 

  • Choose the departure and arrival country, select the required visa type, enter your name, and click ‘CLICK TO START.’
  • Verify the visa fee and terms and conditions on the next page.
  • On the third page, enter your basic details in the respective field and upload the necessary documents (you can upload the documents at a later stage also).
  • After that, review and confirm the information of your form, then proceed with the payment. We support all types of cards for payment.
  • You will receive the invoice and a confirmation mail with a link in your registered email id.
  • Click the link, complete the remaining form (you can also upload the document in this stage), and submit it for processing.

Once the process is completed, click2visas will send your visa related documents via email.

What happens after I APPLY?

You have to wait for your Thailand VOA pre-registration document to arrive at your email within the timeframe. Once you enter Thailand airport, you will need to present.

  • Two-way flight ticket departing no less than 15 days Per Entry from the date of your arrival.
  • VOA (Visa on Arrival). pre-registration form
  • Each traveler should have Cashed in your group (THB 2,000 in Thai currency) for the visa stamping fee upon arrival.

Note: You must have sufficient means of living to support your stay in Thailand (minimum 10,000 THB/person, 20,000 Baht/family).

For my family and friends, how do I apply?

You can apply your friends or family by ensuring they have all the necessary documentation (mentioned above). If you apply for just one friend or family member, you fill another new visa application form using the Click2visas platform.

If I make a mistake in my visa application, what should I do?

Only contact one of our customer service representatives’ immediately via chat if you have made a mistake with your application. 24/7, we’ll be able to support you.

Is it appropriate to use Click2Visas to get my documents for pre-registration?

With Click2Visa, your personal information and documents could be safer since we offer you maximum safety for your data, confidentiality, and we invest a lot in our database’s security.

I have more unmentioned questions. Can I contact Click2visa?

If you have specific questions, contact one of our customer service representatives immediately via chat.

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